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Lumia 640 XL: All the details, hands-on video, pricing & availability

640-XLFeat-1Microsoft just officially announced the Lumia 640 XL that we have also exclusively reported about and seems we were spot on again. Have a look at the specifications, key features, pricing, availability and hands-on video of the Lumia 640 XL below.

Lumia 640 XL Specifications and key features:

Operating system & Sim support
Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Denim

Dual-Sim + LTE support

HERE location services Free global HERE Maps and HERE Drive+Free HERE Transit available in the Store
Display Features
5.7” HD (1280×720, 16:9) IPS LCD, 294 PPI, Glance screen, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Sunlight readability enhancements
Battery 3000 mAh battery
Processor 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor
Main camera 13 MP AF, LED Flash, Lumia Camera 5
Front facing camera 5 MP FF
Memory 8GB + 30GB free OneDrive, micro SD up to 128GB
Dimensions 171 g

 Pricing, Colors and Availability:

Lumia 640 XL will be available in single SIM and Smart Dual SIM variants, with a global rollout starting this March. It will be priced at EUR 189 for the 3G models and EUR 219 for the LTE model, before taxes and subsidies.

Lumia 640 XL will be available in glossy cyan, orange and white as well as matte black.

Exclusive Offers:

When you purchase a Lumia 640 XL, you can also get a one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal, which includes the latest full installed versions of Office Suite for the Lumia, as well as for one PC or Mac, and one tablet (Windows, iPad, or Android).

This subscription also includes 1 terabyte of storage on OneDrive and 60 minutes of Skype calling per month to landlines in over 60 countries and mobile phones in eight countries.

Introduction & First Hands-on videos:

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  • penultimateName

    I understand the Lumia 640 XL
    will hit at&t but is it an exclusive? Will Verizon get it? Please Microsoft no more exclusives.

    • Jason

      I really doubt Verizon will get this phone. The world uses GSM. Unless Verizon agrees to buy a large volume there is no reason to make a CDMA version just for Verizon.

      • penultimateName

        The same could have been said about the Icon or any Windows phone on Verizon. New phones are starting to be built as world phones suggesting the chip cost is minimal. I bet after spending the money to build a GSM phone the additional engineering costs to convert to cdma is minimal. Add to that the fact that LTE bandwidths are all different among US carriers. This hasn’t stopped building phones for each one.

        • Jason

          The Icon makes my point. Verizon only sold it for about 6 months and most likely sold a small volume. It is doubtful that the volume sold by Verizon justified the effort by Nokia / Microsoft. Verizon was also very slow to update the Icon angering lots of Icon owners.

          Why would Microsoft want to continue to do business with Verizon when it is clear that Verizon is not interested in supporting the Windows Phone platform? Verizon may be the largest carrier in the USA, but they are a small percentage of the global market.

          • penultimateName

            Based on your logic Microsoft should not be in the US market. Verizon is not that different in size as at&t. Based on the global market should the Windows phone skip the US? Of course not. Microsoft has to continue with Verizon and the others. Verizon was on time with this latest rom update. I am not sure we will know the complete reason for the previous delays. There have been more than a few thoughts on the matter. If part of the reason was a bad partnership then you repair it. You don’t walk away.

            • Jason

              I would say Microsoft is barely in the US market. Right now they are focused on bringing entry level phones to the developing world. They want people’s first smartphone to be a Windows Phone and for people to get used to Microsoft’s ecosystem instead of Google’s or Apples.

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